EAST 67TH STREET GROUND WATER PLUME
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) are conducting a cleanup of the tetrachloroethene contamination in the ground water and former spill area at the East 67th Street Ground Water Plume Superfund Site. The current site activities include:
- Operation and Maintenance activities of the soil vapor extraction system.
- Ongoing assessment and monitoring of the ground water contamination through periodic sampling of the monitoring wells and the nearby private supply wells.
- Installation of a new PlumeStop injection line to control PCE migration in the lower sand aquifer.
These actions and the prior cleanup activities are financed by the EPA and TCEQ as part of the ongoing efforts to restore the contaminated ground water at this Superfund Site.